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  • DevEx

October 30, 2014

The Ebola crisis in West Africa has highlighted how crucial it is not just to have enough health professionals, but also how important it is to have an efficient logistics and health delivery system.

Doctors end strike after talks with CM

RTI in the Media

  • The Times Group

October 29, 2014

Dr Suneeta Krishnan, a social epidemiologist with Research Triangle Institute in the US and adjunct faculty at St John’s Research Institute in Bangalore, said the doctors’ strike speaks of challenges in the public health system.

Tim Cook and the diversity problem in the C-suite

RTI in the Media

  • Marketplace

October 29, 2014

We know that Fortune 500 companies often target their recruiting at elite colleges, says Alexandria Walton Radford, who directs the Transition to College program at RTI International.

The American Community Survey in Action

RTI in the Media

  • Directions Magazine

October 28, 2014

Scientists from the National Institutes of Health and RTI International use American Community Survey statistics to create “synthetic” populations and simulate the spread of disease.

The challenging opportunity of Africa's rising workforce

RTI in the Media

  • DevEx

October 26, 2014

Africa is growing, and it is growing fast. By 2050, the continent will account for half of the world's population growth, and by 2100 its current 1.1 billion population could quadruple.

Does this spell the end for the electronic cigarette?

RTI in the Media

  • The Motley Fool

October 24, 2014

A study released from Research Triangle Institute in June showed that electronic cigarette TV advertisements that reach children were up 256% between 2011 and 2013, while those for young adults jumped 321% over the same time span!

Medicaid Payment Tied to Timing of Breast Cancer Surgery

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  • General Surgery News

October 23, 2014

In states where surgeons receive lower Medicaid reimbursements for breast cancer surgery, Medicaid patients have longer wait times for breast-conserving surgery and outpatient mastectomies.

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